Licensed Mental Health Providers Needed for Richmond Volunteers and Counter-Protestors Exposed to Violence in Charlottesville.
I've received calls from a number of individuals who are looking for mental health support in Richmond after experiencing the violent events that occurred in Charlottesville. Legal observers, medics, mental health support, and counter-protestors are all feeling the effects of traumatic stress. In an effort to help connect them to resources, I am reaching out to all RVA outpatient providers who have training and experience helping individuals who have experienced a recent traumatic event. In particular, we are looking for commitments of 3-12 free sessions in Greater Richmond.

If you are able to help, please complete this brief questionnaire. Your help is appreciated!

Nicole O-Pries, LCSW
Nicole@nicoleopries.com

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Name of Organization
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Where is your office located? *
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I would like to volunteer to provide free outpatient session to members of the RVA community who volunteered as legal observers, medical & mental health support, or participated in the counter protests. *
I can commit to this many free sessions: *
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In which trauma-focused therapy practice models do you have training and experience? *
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Do you have experience helping people who are experiencing acute traumatic stress responses only days after a traumatic event? *
I have training and/or experience working with trans and non-binary individuals. *
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Thank you for any help you can provide!
If you have contacts in DC or Northern Virginia who might also be interested, there is need. Please email nicole@nicoleopries.com
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